“Cous cous et lait” means “smallest pasta and milk”. I ate this one in rural area in Chad. This is grained mill(boiled) and milk. It was sweety. Why sweety? I think the reason why that rural area in Chad has no electlicity, so this milk has not preserved, very fresh!
It is fermentated wheat (or oat). It is a kind of local beer in Chad. I show Binbili in other page, but Cochet has mild fermentation and weak gas.
I found lots of lemon juice stand in southen Chad travel. Nobody doubt there is hot, I felt tooooo hot in Chad. This is my remedy. lemon juice, water and sugar were mixed and cooled. It was make me cool down, nice!
We've visited southern Chad. We saw round fritter “Bangajue” and Sweet tea “Shai” in the morning. Although Chad seems to be “meat eating countrie” (according to other foods), they are nice idea to make nutritic balance. “Bangajue” is Arabic, “Baie” is French language.